Feels like it was yesterday when I did my last New Year's lookbook, but the whole year has passed. I love doing these posts, not only do they feel festive and fun, they also give me a theme to play around which is always interesting. Normally I go for super elegant looks, but I did some thinking about the subject and realized not everyone wants to wear super long elaborate dresses or even formal dresses for the New Year's eve. And for the past two years those are the only looks I did. So this year I'm trying something a little bit different, where I'll do three (or maybe even four) different looks. All of the fans of long formal dresses, don't worry, I have something planed for you as well. We are kicking it off with the most casual look for this year.
Answering the age old question: can you wear jeans for formal events? Well, I guess New Year's eve is not really a formal event, but you get what I meant.

Even though jeans were not always accepted as a part of an elegant attire, that's slowly changing and more people are wearing them for all sorts of occasions. I don't know if you saw a story about a fashion stylist who got married in her jeans. I feel like I've mentioned that story on my blog before. 
Now that's thinking outside of the box. Of course, New Year's eve is something completely different and if you are going to a casual type of a party of you feel great in jeans go for it! I added this sparkly top to make things more festive and a pair of silver heels for the same purpose. Sparkles and sequins are New Year's outfit's best friend. At the last moment I decided to put my new teddy coat on top of everything, it's just super warm and looks so pretty. 

Vintage top
Zara jeans
Brave soul teddy coat
New Look heels
Vintage and Ti Sento rings
Vintage bracelet
Vintage hoop earrings